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Fujitsu_LogoIn about a month’s time, the United States will vote on a new president. At the same time in Washington, D.C., SUSE will kickoff SUSECON 2016. And with everyone off voting in their home districts, it’s a great time to be in D.C. where those of us at SUSECON will join an exciting lineup of partners, training sessions and general fun.

Joining us in that lineup as a cornerstone sponsor is our partner Fujitsu. If you attended SUSECON last year, you know that Fujitsu delivered a dynamic keynote. This year, Katsue Tanaka, SVP, Head of Unit, Platform Software Business Unit for Fujitsu, will be joining Michael Miller on stage. Without giving away too much, their discussions will revolve around some of the announcements we will be making together in cloud and mission-critical computing and really are not to be missed.

To help set the stage for the coming announcements, it’s important to consider our current relationship. Our close engineering alliance has resulted in PRIMEFLEX for SAP Landscapes, a pre-defined, pre-integrated and pre-tested combination of servers, storage, network connectivity and software from Fujitsu running on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server. Coupled with enterprise-class software support services, you can bet these new solutions will embody the innovative, reliable and open principles already found in our joint solutions.

So make sure to join SUSE and Fujitsu at SUSECON 2016 to experience our big reveal! Otherwise, you’ll only get to read about it instead of being a part of it. See you there.

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Category: Alliance Partners, Announcements, OpenStack, Server, SUSE Cloud, SUSE in the Cloud, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, SUSE OpenStack Cloud, SUSECON, Technical Solutions
This entry was posted Tuesday, 4 October, 2016 at 8:12 am
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